It's just been discovered the iOS virtual keyboard is now clever enough to capitalize after quotes and emojis (iOS 6 also sports a bunch of new emojis). Now some noteworthy store tweaks and cosmetic changes in Spotlight and Wallpaper settings just are discovered by IDB.
Don’t you hate how iOS immediately yanks you out of your app and into one of the store apps (App Store, iTunes Store or iBookstore) upon tapping an iTunes app link in email or chat messages?
On desktop, the experience is a tad more bearable as clicking on iTunes links loads corresponding iTunes Preview web pages in your browser without automatically launching a resource hog that is iTunes.
You can see this video walkthrough, Apple redesigned storefront apps in iOS 6. One of the major enhancements includes preview sheets that Apple appears to be intent on taking system-wide. Specifically, tapping an App Store link in Mail brings up a nice app preview with screenshots, description, reviews, related items and other information.
Tapping App Store links in the iOS 6 Mail app now invokes a handy app preview sheet, without yanking you out of Mail and into the App Store client.
From there, you can access the Share menu at the top or hit the Store button in the upper right to launch the App Store app. These preview sheets support any content type linkable in iTunes, not just mobile applications.
And you can emailed yourself links to iTunes songs, movies, television shows and e-books and in each instance tapping the URL in Mail would produce a preview page.
Live Wallpaper previews and Spotlight folder labels
Another cool ‘man-I-didn’t-notice-this-before’ type of tweak can be found under the Brightness & Wallpaper page in the Settings app. As you can see from the below screenshot, here we have live previews of your lock and home screen wallpapers.
You gotta love how Apple superimposes not just your actual home screen icons, but their badges, too. That’s why they call it attention to detail. I wish the lock screen preview had live time, too.
Live wallpaper previews in Settings (left) and Spotlight folder labels (right)
Another useful cosmetic change is in Spotlight, which now lists folder names next to apps listed. If you’re big on apps and tend to organize them in folders like I do, this nice-to-have helps quickly distinguish between two same-named apps residing in different folders.
Ha, do you like all the new stuffs?